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Distribution | date | Perl | date ----------------------------------------------- Debian 3.0r1 (12/02) 5.6.1 (4/01) RedHat 6.0 5.005_03 (3/99) RedHat 7.1 (4/01) 5.6.0 (3/00) RedHat 7.2 (10/01) 5.6.0 (3/00) RedHat 7.3 (5/02) 5.6.1 (4/01) RedHat 8.0 (9/02) 5.8.0 (7/02) RedHat 9.0 (5/03) 5.8.0 (7/02) SuSE 6.2 5.005_03 (3/99) SuSE 7.0 (8/00) SuSE 7.2 5.6.0 SuSE 7.3 5.6.1 (4/01)) SuSE 8.0 (4/02) 5.6.1 SuSE 8.1 (10/02) 5.8.0 (7/02) SuSE 8.2 (4/03) Slackware 8.1 5.6.1 (4/01) Slackware 9.0 5.8.0 (7/02) Mandrake 7.2 5.6.0 Mandrake 8.2 5.6.1 (4/01) OpenBSD 2.6 5.005_03 (3/99) OpenBSD 2.7 -> 2.9 5.6.0 (3/00) OpenBSD 3.0 -> 3.2 5.6.1 (4/01) OpenBSD 3.3 5.8.0 (7/07) FreeBSD 4.7 5.005_03 (3/99) SunOS 5.8 5.005_03 (3/99) SunOS 5.9 5.6.1 (4/01) Mac OS 10.2 5.6.0 (3/00) Arch Linux 0.5 (3/03) 5.8.0 Dragon Linux 2.1.0 (7/00) 5.6.0 EnGarde Linux 1.0.1(4/01) 5.6.0 Yellow Dog 2.3 (6/02) 5.6.0 Yellow Dog 3.0 (3/03) 5.8.0

Tiago
Update: updated list as more people posted or emailed me.

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